Kyle Danley Taylor Memorial Scholarship
for Architectural Studies
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Kyle Danley Taylor Memorial Scholarship for Architectural Studies has been established to honor the life and legacy of Kyle D. Taylor. With the vision supported by his family, the Scholarship was realized by those who affectionately knew and worked alongside Kyle at the architecture firm, D. Stanley Dixon Architect. Kyle, an architect and valuable member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Southeast Chapter, was passionate about classical and traditional architecture of the Southeastern United States. This scholarship seeks to celebrate Kyle’s desire to study and learn from the masters of the past and the precedent they observed.
Please submit your completed application and required supporting documents for consideration by close of business on October 16, 2020.
The Kyle Danley Taylor
Memorial Scholarship for Architectural Studies Fund
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Southeast Chapter Board of Trustees together with the Kyle Danley Taylor Memorial Scholarship for Architectural Studies Committee has set a goal to raise an additional $100,000 by 2029 to endow the scholarship and continue the work that Kyle began. There are very few opportunities for in-depth analysis available to students and practicing professionals in the United States and limited opportunities for the study of classical and traditional architecture in the Southeast region. Donations continue to be accepted.
Kyle Danley Taylor
A Georgia native, Kyle D. Taylor was a much-loved member of both the Atlanta architecture community and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, Southeast Chapter, until his untimely death in 2019. After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology and his Master of Architecture degree with a Classical Architecture concentration from Notre Dame University, Kyle returned to Atlanta, where he became a project manager at D. Stanley Dixon Architect.
A gifted architect with a passion for classical design, Kyle was a longtime member of ICAA, Southeast Chapter, serving as President of the chapter’s group for young professionals, The Guild, and helping to organize chapter events, including the Shutze Awards and patron trips. In 2017, he was appointed to the chapter’s Board of Trustees, serving as Treasurer.